XG Sciences Inc.

3101 Grand Oak Dr.
Lansing , MI 48911 US


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Graphene 101: Forms, properties and applications
Graphene-enhanced composites find new applications across end markets as the supply chain continues to mature. 

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Joint venture to develop graphene-enhanced thermoplastic composites
XG Sciences, Sinochem Plastics, Yuyao PGS New Material Technology partner on advanced composites for automotive and industrial applications in China.

Ford Motor Company tests graphene nanoplatelet-enhanced parts

Ford to integrate graphene-enhanced parts into its vehicles
Ford Motor Co. has announced that it will use graphene nanomaterial to enhance foam materials that reduce noise inside its vehicles and increase performance under the hood.


Ford uses graphene to enhance durability, sound resistance and weight reduction
Ford has found a way to use small amounts of graphene in fuel rail covers, pump covers and front engine covers.

Graphene: Ready for prime time?
Advanced materials analyst Ross Kozarsky (Lux Research, Boston, Mass.) evaluates the commercial readiness of graphene-based nanomaterial reinforcements for the composites industry.

SAMPE 2010 Seattle Showcase
SAMPE’s first-ever foray into Boeing Country wrapped up with the M&P organization’s biggest draw this decade.

Product Categories of XG Sciences Inc.

  • Reinforcements, unimpregnated
    • Carbon
      • Carbon, Other
  • Resin additives & modifiers
    • Nanomaterials (carbon nanotubes, fullerenes, etc.)